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* There is a great deal of commonality and similar drivers between all management systems, whether addressing OHS or environmental matters. * Therefore, a recent trend is developing towards integration of management systems under one super system, to avoid duplication and to streamline the process while satisfying stakeholders demands. * An integrated management system should help organisations effectively manage their environmental, OHS and quality issues while saving on financial and human resources. * The adoption of integrated management systems will significantly reduce the burden of implementing two or more systems and avoid duplication. The integration process will also magnify the strength of each system.
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Khalil, Christian
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2007
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